Energy Stories

Start Preparing Your Furnace for Winter

Winter in the D.C. area can bring cold and unpredictable weather. Is your furnace prepared to keep you warm this year? Fall is a great

Check out the Energy Roadshow!

Energy Action Month is fast approaching and we don't want you to be left on the side of the road when it comes to lowering your

LEDs and Libations

What is LEDs and Libations? For the last two years, we have been partnering with various organizations and businesses to make sure we are meeting

PRESS RELEASE: Energy Action Month, October 2019

October is Energy Action Month, but Montgomery County’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will spend more than four weeks spreading its messages to help protect

Energy Week at Health and Human Services

What is Energy Assistance Week?  October is Energy Action Month and this year, we have decided to dedicate the first week to Energy Assistance. Qualifying

First Summer of P.O.W.E.R.

This year, we piloted a program called P.O.W.E.R. which was an acronym for Peer Outreach With Energy Resources. The program was created as a partnership

MUST ASK Questions for Solar

On average, once a homeowner has decided they want to switch to solar, they will interview at least three solar installation companies before choosing the

Solar Co-op installer selected!

The LOWEST BID ever!!!  The Montgomery County Solar Co-op is excited to announce that Solar Energy World has been officially selected as the co-op’s installer.

Bar-T: Holistic Sustainability Programs for Kids

It’s not often that conservation, environmental impact studies and carbon footprint reduction planning involves children who haven’t yet reached double-digits, but the year-round programs designed

6 Sizzling Tips for Summer Energy Savings

Summer is well underway. So you may already be “in the soup” of sticky, humid days and bracing yourself for unpredictable cooling costs. But don’t
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